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His Life

The Life of Earl Walter White

November 15, 2021
Earl Walter White was born July 27, 1942 in Ardmore Alabama to the late Cecil and Rozel White. He was the eldest of four children. He departed this life Thursday, November 4, 2021. Earl fought like the fighter he truly was, until he succumbed to his illness.
He was preceded in death by his, son Alonzo Aloysius White Sr., parents Rozel and Cecil White, grandson Darrin Ferguson Jr., granddaughter Brittany Kimble and niece Yvette Smith.
Earl gave his life over to Christ at an early age. His faith and belief in God was strong, he would always say “God will work it out.”
Earl attended Robert A. Taft High School in Cincinnati, Ohio. He was athletic, played football and participated in the Golden Gloves Boxing league. He was great with his hands. He did construction work, laying concrete and bricks.
At a young age Earl married May Helen Tribble and from this union there were 5 children. He later met Lois Bell, and they formed a union of six children.
Earl was very loving, giving, and humorous. He was a very private man. He was known by his family and friends as “Big Moose”. He loved his family, but also spent time watching western movies and driving fast cars. He was very protective over his two sisters, Dorothy, and Norma Jean, and was proud of his brother Steve.
Earl leaves to cherish his precious memories: his loving children; Terrance Tribble, Antonio (Sophia) White, Emmanuel White, Antoinette (Darrin) Ferguson, Robert Earl (Shawn) Bell, Marvin (Crystal) Hunter, Yvonne (Michael) Kirkland, Alice (Steve) Jennings, Charles (Janet) Bell, Etonia Hawkins; 29 grandchildren, 65 great grandchildren, 4 great-great grandchildren; two sisters Dorothy (John) Smith, Norma Jean (Anthony Sr,) Smith, one brother Steve (Hattie) White, a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives, and friends.